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5 Kids Who Are Inspiring Millions Of People With Their Work

| Published on October 22, 2020

While most of us might not have figured out life just yet, these 7 kids have been famous for many of their many talents growing up. We are all talented, but some kids have the power to showcase it to the world and earn a living out of it instantly. Who are these superstars? Let us find out.

Joe Whale

Joe Whale is a child doodler whose work came to light when he got punished for doodling in class. Rather than making him feel bad about it, his parents helped him in growing his talent. Very soon, he got a call from the restaurant, Number 4, in Shrewsbury where he decorated their walls with his doodles. He has also doodled his own room in the same fashion.

Aadithyan Rajesh

He was just 9 years old when he became the youngest CEO ever. Aadithyan Rajesh from Kerala made his first app at that age, and then 4 years later in 2017, started his own company called Trinet Solutions. He was also invited to conduct a TED Talk on the ‘right time to pursue your dreams’. You don’t have to wait too long now, do you?

Sonali Majumdar

Sonali Majumdar was one of the finalists of America’s Got Talent, season 15 along with her partner Maraju Sumanth. They did not win but their performance left the audience to admire their talent, and shortly after, Sonali’s Instagram account was flooded with likes and followers. Even though she comes from humble beginnings, Sonali’s love for dance since the age of 3 has brought her where she is today.

Dommaraju Gukesh

Gukesh chess player

In 2019, Dommaraju Gukesh was declared as the youngest chess master in the world. Just at the age of 12 years, 7 months, and 17 days, he even took over child chess prodigy R. Pragnanandha.

Anika Chebrolu

Indian American Anika Chebrolu wins USD 25,000 for developing potential  COVID-19 cure

Anika Chebrolu is a young scientist who has won the hearts of millions by participating in the 3M Young Scientist Challenge in 2020. She has earned the opportunity to work closely with 3M and a cash prize of $25000. She contributed her ideas and expertise in research on a potential drug for SarS COVID or the novel coronavirus that is prevalent today.

Source: Scoopwhoop

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